Koran Burning News
Top Green Beret Officer Forced to Resign Over Affair With WaPo Reporter
Jim Gant, Once Praised as American Hero of Afghan War, Labeled a ‘Disgrace’ to the Military
American State Department Officer Dead in Libyan Consulate Attack; Cairo Embassy Stormed in Protest Over US Film
An American State Department employee has died in Benghazi, Libya after militants stormed the U.S. consulate, angry about an American made film that depicts Prophet Mohammad as a fraud and womanizer. Anger over the film that some believe insults the Prophet Muhammad also provoked protests in Cairo
Egyptians Flood U.S. Embassy to Protest Film
Egyptian demonstrators climbed the walls of the U.S. embassy in Cairo today and took down the American flag and replaced it with a black flag to protest a U.S. movie reportedly tied to Pastor Terry Jones that they believe insults the Prophet Muhammad. "There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is Allah's
The Global Note: Inside The Refugee Camps…Taliban Threats, Taliban Concessions…Mandatory Mandarin?…Losing the Wedding Ring
SYRIA’S WAR -INSIDE THE REFUGEE CAMPS…Alex MARQUARDT has gained access to the Zaatari refugee camp, holding thousands of Syrians who’ve fled aerial attack and other horrors to the Jordanian side of the border. In an otherwise nightmarish story, there is this: Two young Syrian refugees...
No Criminal Charges for Soldiers in Koran Burning
As Many As 100 Muslim Holy Books Incinerated, Top General Said Burning Was an Accident
Girl, 11, Could Face Death in Pakistan for 'Blasphemy'
Pakistani President Orders Investigation in Young Christian Girl's Koran-Burning Case
The Global Note: Mubarak & the Revolution, Redux…Global Boo$t?…Asian Millionaires…Turtle Sex
EGYPT: MUBARAK AT DEATH’S DOOR; EGYPTIANS TRY TO SAVE THE REVOLUTION -A DICTATOR’S LAST DAYS…From Alex MARQUARDT and Nasser ATTA in Cairo: The rumors are still swirling this morning. Security officials say Hosni Mubarak is in a coma but off life support - and that...
Afghanistan Koran Burning : Investigators Recommend Administrative Punishments
Military investigators, called in after the burning of Korans at a U.S. base in Afghanistan earlier this year, have recommended that as many as seven U.S. military service members face administrative punishments for their role in the incident. They are not recommending criminal charges, ...
Afghan War Support Hits a New Low; Many Urge Mental-Health Checks
Support for the war in Afghanistan has dropped to a new low in ABC News/Washington Post polls, surpassing even the war in Iraq at its most unpopular. Six in 10 Americans believe most Afghans themselves oppose the U.S. mission. And after a shooting rampage allegedly...
The Global Note: Afghanistan - The Backlash Begins…Landmines In Syria…Korea Scuffle…"Stupid Teens" - Everywhere?
AFGHANISTAN: THE BACKLASH BEGINS -DELEGATION ATTACKED…Militants attacked an Afghan government delegation visiting one of the sites in southern Afghanistan where a U.S. soldier is suspected of killing 16 civilians. The attackers opened fire at the delegation from several sides. An ABC News freelance